I work in a wet food manufacturing environment. There are raw vegetables being flumed to processing equipment. Outerwear typically consists of a shirt with snaps in the front that is laundered by a service. Pants are worn from home.
The FDA is now asking that work uniforms are protected when employees need to go outside for any reason.
My question is:
Is there a best practice for protecting outer garments from the outdoors for smokers, etc.?
Thanks to the community for any input.